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'm guessing you have some basketball for us? >> mike: a little bit. march madness for the men and women. cal women made a statement today in texas. cal women made a statement today in texas. that's nextan) 3 days of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because your efforts help komen serve millions of women and men facing breast cancer every year. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information today. it was 3 days of pure joy. ♪ and it's beautiful >> mike: women's ncaa action. cal facing fresh snow state bulldogs. cal is a dangerous team. they're going to surprise some people, lindsey gottlieb leading the bear thoaz tournament boyd led cal with a career high 13 boards and ends the first half cal up seven. clarendon, easy jumper. cal up 61-48. four of cal's starters reached double digits, including jennifer brandon, and snagged 1 12 boards. cal faces the winner of texas tech and south
they have hosted the tournament three times until the last seven years. tip off for the cal syracuse game scheduled for 6:40 saturday night. the 12 seed cal golden bears definitely the under dogs. last night they pounded montana. and unfortunately st. maori's out after they lost. >>> still has a voice even though he was screaming during the game. >> i scared some people. >> you scared some people in your own home. >> i now. southbound 101 we have boulders that came down and hit an suv. we have our reporter on the scene. we'll let you know what is going on there. and quickly on to the sunol grade. that traffic here looks good on the south bay. let's go back to dave and pam. >>> coming up next many our 6:00 hour breaking news from the south bay. the man hunt under way now for the driver. >>> also it's decision day for the faa. which airport tower is it going to close? >>> pretty neat looking day today. you can't see it until the sun comes up but mostly sunny. it will be warmer. >>> breaking news out of san jose. the chp is looking for the driver of a deadly hit and run. >>> al
and family came to share memories of him during an emotional vigil. >> i just want donae back. >> cal train already had plans to install fences in the area where donae was killed. his mother is also asking other parents to warn their kids about walking along the tracks. >>> lei la was riding her bike to school back in november when she was hit by an suv. investigators have now determined that the girl was add fault for the crash because she should have yielded to the suv. her family rejected the police findings and launching its own investigation. >>> a parolee wanted on felony weapons charges is still missing after he evaded police in a san jose neighborhood. officers tracked him down yesterday afternoon. police say he ran off. disguarded a loaded gun and jumped fences to escape. officers set up a perimeter, went yard to yard searching for him but they did not find him. >>> law enforcement agencies are trying to figure out if a shootout with deputies in texas could be linked to the killing of a colorado state prison chief. it started yesterday afternoon ending with the death of a colorado
lives. team cal at home is basically the dream. >> i'm going st. louis by four and cal buzzer beater by one in overtime. >> the cal bears are a big part of the bay area. we expect a big crowd and i think it will be a good site for the home team. go bears. >> cal and syracuse take the court at 6:40 this evening. we will bring you more from the fans here tonight win or lose at 11:00. >> thanks very much. >>> new details in the case of the san jose mother stabbed in broad daylight on friday. police released this picture of the man suspected of killing his girlfriend across the street from the sheriff's department. he had been stalking the woman for at least two years. the 29-year-old victim leaves blind a 10-year-old son and had a restraining order against him. >> detectives say he may be headed to mexico, possibly driving a dark green
an emotional vigil. >> i just want donae back. >> cal train already had plans to install fences in the area where donae was killed. his mother is also asking other parents to warn their kids about walking along the tracks. >>> lei la was riding her bike to school back in november when she was hit by an suv. investigators have now determined that the girl was add fault for the crash because she should have yielded to the suv. her family rejected the police findings and launching its own investigation. >>> a parolee wanted on felony weapons charges is still missing after he evaded police in a san jose neighborhood. officers tracked him down yesterday afternoon. police say he ran off. disguarded a loaded gun and jumped fences to escape. officers set up a perimeter, went yard to yard searching for him but they did not find him. >>> law enforcement agencies are trying to figure out if a shootout with deputies in texas could be linked to the killing of a colorado state prison chief. it started yesterday afternoon ending with the death of a colorado prison inmat
are waiting for cal ran. our guys try to move the rocks with the tow trucks but we were not able to succeed in that. cal tran needs to come in aeroand sweep these lanes. >> reporter: when we talk about rocks how big? >> we are talking three or four feet. i lived in the rockies so it's not a boulder but -- to us. but it's a significant size rock. you can see the debris and we did hear a little bit of sliding a few minutes ago. they will also be looking at what we need to make sure the hillside is okay. >> reporter: any injuries that you know of? >> not that i'm aware of. >> reporter: again the two fast lanes are blocked. still debris on the roadways. they are trying to figure out how to shore up the hillside here. we'll bring you more as the morning continues. brian flores ktvu channel 2 news. >>> time now 6:04. developing news from northern virginia. three people are dead. there was a shooting on the quantico marine base. authorities there say a male marine suspected of shooting two fellow marines a man and woman and killing himself. coming up at 6:15
-- lanes are still closed. cal tran has taken ahold of this situation. a pedestrian was hit and killed here. this has turned into a biohazard situation. it was a gruesome seen out here and there was body fluid on the freeway. cal tran said is needs to be cleaned up. here you can look out at traffic that is backed up here in the southbound lanes of 280. again, it's right in the middle of the commute. it could be like this until 10:00 a.m. let's go to video later this morning. this all happened at 3:15. someone called 911 after seeing a body of a woman crumpled on a freeway. they used their car to stop other cars from running over the body. drivers stopped to help, but no other -- none of the cars that stopped had damage on there. so they don't believe any of those people were responsible. investigators think somehow the woman was walking on the freeway and hit her and sped off. >> we broadcasted other agencies in the area. we haven't heard back, but we're relying on everyone, not just law enforcement. >> some of the drivers who stopped to help had to be comforted by the chp because they were
. some drivers have gone over the cliffs as well. a short time ago the cal tran spokesperson talked about why this project is so important. >> this one is significant. the people have waited for this for years. they rely on highway 1 for commerce for commuting, for the quality of life. and over the years highway 1 this stretch of highway 1 has been plagued by mud slides, rock slides, slip outs and every time it has had to close, the local economies are devastated. >> reporter: so cal tran will be hold colding a ribbon cutting ceremony. the official unvailing at 11:00 this morning here at the two tunnels. it will feature lawmakers that hope to push this project along over the years. by the way it's important to point out this is not an event that is open to the public. then what will happen is after that ribbon cutting ceremony there will be last minute road reconfiguration work that crews will have to do. and later on today possibly first thing tomorrow morning the two tunnels will be open to the public to drive through. live this morning near pacifica alex savidge. >> 6:07. sal, you know
when students started getting sick. >>> today is a big day for cal basketball, both the men's and women's teams are playing in the ncaa tournament. the cal men will have the support of a huge crowd at hp pavilion. the golden bears knocked off unlv thursday and will now take on syracuse. particulars are going fast. best bet, search on line. the cal women will play fresno state this afternoon in lubbock, texas. the number two seed cal women are heavily favored. fans are dreaming that cal will eventually take on stanford to advance to the final four in new orleans. best of luck to both teams. >> good luck to all the bears. nice that cal is actually playing in san jose. hometown favorite. if you are not deciding to watch basketball, get outside, rosemary, because it is beautiful. >> you're right. the first weekend of spring pretty good looking. temperatures this morning on the cool side. we'll have a look at those in a moment but outside our doors abundant sunshine giving awe view from ktvu you can see plenty of blue, all the way to the city of san francisco if you look in the backdrop. we'
today. stanford and cal are expected to get high seeds. they wanted 7th and cal is only 6. >>> good morning everybody and at the toll plaza, no problems if you are in livermore but it is slow, let's go to steve. >>> mostly sunny this morning by this afternoon we will be talking about rain and we could sure use it but here is some patchy low clouds and upper 60s and lower 70s inland. >>> coming up on mornings on 2, violence in the east bay, police are searching for a man who committed a knife attack. >>> and the pope will be officially inaugurated tomorrow and we have new details we found out about the ceremony, stay with us, we will be right back. >>> we're live in alameda where a st. patrick's day bar fight ends with a stabbing. we'll tell you what police are saying about the suspects who got away. >>> a memorial is set up this morning to remember the two victims killed in a raceway crash in the north bay as investigators look into the house. >> reporter: and vallejo police this morning, working to track down the person who killed and elderly man at a home in this city. we'll tell
hit and killed a man this morning on the cal train tracks in palo alto. the northbound train hit the man about 6:50 near charleston road. that closed the tracks in both directions for about an hour causing major delays in the morning commute. the southbound tracks reopened just before 8:00 a.m. this is the fifth death on the cal train tracks this year. >>> we want to update you now on the top story. an amber alert issued early this morning is now over. a little girl was found late this morning inside her mother's car, that car had been stolen. ktvu's ktvu janine de la vega with more on the person that stole the white jeep. >> reporter: yes, very happy conclusion to this story since that little girl is safe. we're told she's now at a local hospital being checked out but she was found here behind me, this is on amorosa court, near capital expressway and center road. we understand, police tell us it was a tip that was called in, somebody spotted a stolen jeep in this neighborhood and then called police. to get more information about how this all c
majority. i'd love to hear them explain their cal kragss to the parents of newtown. emily, is harry reid's bill essentially a surrender that's based on the political reality of the vote next year? >> i would actually even challenge even at this point harry reid's cal slags that this is a political reality. the reality is the american public is already there. particularly, when it comes to background checks. poll after poll is showing us 90% of the american people, 84% of gun owners, even 74% of nra members are supporting the universal background checks. the nra -- >> that is in the bill. what's not in the bill is assault weapons. as you know dianne feinstein wasn't very happy about it. >> not very happy and neither was vice president biden. harry reid needs to say no to the special interests and yes to the american people. people are very motivated on this issue. i do think this is a place where we need to turn american reality into political realities. people need to get motivated on it. >> here's what's in the package. let's take a lock at it. universal background chokes. gun trafficki
another. cal and the syracuse the we will fill you in with tiger woods and alecia reed and let me introduce you. we are home. la. who will have more on this coming up. [ male announcer ] fact: the 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. sees better than ever. ♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ (male announcer): here's stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> how are you doing? the reason why i stopped you is because you are in the carpool lane no matter how many times the chp goes out looking for carpool cheat they find them this woman tried to jump back into the non carpool when she saw the officer and was immediately flagged over i'm out with officer moore of the hayward office of the california highway patrol, now normally officer moore would be out on his motorcycle looking for violators but he got stuck with me on this day the driver claimed she was in a rush to pick up
of the ncaa tournament thursday through saturday. cal will stays unlv there on thursday. cal is the 12th seed of the east region. unlv is the fifth seeded team. it's 5-1 verses cal. [ cheers ] >> cheers broke out in morago as the st. mary's basketball team was selected to the tournament. the gaels will play tennessee tomorrow night in dayton, ohio. if they win, they will become the 11th seed of the midwest region and play the sixth seed memphis on thursday. >>> 7:51. the ncaa tournament is very important to advertisers as well. total tv revenue from all 68 games expected to top a billion dollars this year. that's more than the super bowl or the world series. but it's actually a better deal to the advertisers -- for the advertisers because there's so many more games around the fans will probably keep watching and seeing those same commercials over and over again. >>> bracket selection for the women's tournament happens today. stanford and cal expected to get high seeds. the number 4 stanford's women team won their 7th straight title about a week ago.
. >>> first, let the madness begin. we'll tell you if cal and st. marys were punching their tickets to the big dance, next in sports. >>> ahmed fareed here at the xfinity sports desk. madness has crept into the bay area, and not just at some st. patrick's day party, although there too. we're talking march madness. selection sunday, the day every college basketball team learns it's ncaa fate. the cal bears earned the 12 seed in the east region, setting up a rematch with unlv in san jose. the bears fell by a single point to the running rebels in december. mike montgomery's squad finished the season with a 20-11 record. and good news for the st. mary's gaels. they made the tournament by the skin of their teeth. they'll take on middle tennessee state for the 11 seed in the midwest region. randy bennett's squad finished 27-6 on the season. it is their eighth tournament appearance in school history. >>> and it is not the tournament stanford wanted to play, in but they'll do their best to defend their nit title. the cardinal is the number four seed. they'll host stephen f. austin tuesday at 8:00. ste
the new tunnels open, cal tran plans to turn the old portion of highway into a pedestrian or cycling park. cal tran will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony. that will happen at 11:00 this morning. by the way that is not a public event. and after that happens, cal tran crews have to do last minute road reconfiguration to get things set up for the tunnel but they hope to have the two new tunnels open to the public and have drivers going through possibly later on tonight but if there is more work to do it could be tomorrow morning. live this morning near devils slide alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >>> time now 5:06. part says expect midweek delays in the transbay tube. trains will slow down because that work requires special equipment. bart will be doing the work tuesday, wednesday, and thursday nights to try to lessen the delies. that work will continue straight through to the spring of 2014. >>> 5:06 is the time. during our 4:30 show sal you were talking about an injury crash. that still out there? >> it is. fort matily the injuries -- for
they end up and they will host tulsa sunday at 2:20 cal is going to play fresno state. in lxboox, texas. and the ncaa tournament and cal and stanford anre 1 and 2. the cal men have a strange deal to not like to schedule matche3s they met on dec 0 and hwin san jose on thur.. >> they are excited. about the matchup. somebody familiar with them from the standpoint of what we're not against. explosive. a talented group of guys. they still beat us. we have our work cut out for it is worth. they arguare closest to home in this first round. so they can travel to san jose. st. mary's must beat tennessee state on tuesday in dayton, ohio. the 49ers have signed craig dahl.. he is visiting on special teams and as a backup defensive. he played for the st. louis rams in 61 games. and to take a peek at matt has kelback he could be possibly a backup quarterback who was let go by the tennessee titans. he is 37 years old and would not mind being a backup. his sister-in-law, elizabeth. hasselback... >> jacqueline: i thought that was is why? >> no i thought that there were-- wmarried? no, brother- in-law, s
tulsa. if all goes as planned they could take on second seed cal on april 1st with the winner advancing to the women's final four. the cal men's sweet 16 dreams were put to rest yesterday by syracuse. if >> syracuse. good luck. you will run into somebody called oregon soon. >> the bears lost 66-60 despite a large home crowd. that crowd included oregon fans. oregon also played at hp yesterday. they were expected to root for each other. despite the loss cal fans say they are proud of the team. >> mike montgomery has taken this program. he has brought us to the ncaa four out of the past five years. >> there is always next year. >> syracuse will move on to face the winner of today's indiana-temple game. oregon defeated st. louis. meantime at the western regional in salt lake city. the wichita state shockers shocked gonzaga. wichita state built a 13 point lead. they lost momentum in the second half but then rallied back to win. they shot 50% from the field and beat the number one seed 76- 70. the shockers move into the round of 16. congratulations to them. >> bummer for me. no cal. no ucla.
missing this morning and found. >>> a train hit and killed a man this morning on the cal train tracks in palo alto. the northbound train hit the man about 6:50 near charleston road. that closed the tracks in both directions for about an hour causing major delays in the morning commute. the southbound tracks reopened just before 8:00 a.m. this is the fifth death on the cal train tracks this year. >>> we want to update you now on the top story. an amber alert issued early this morning is now over. a little girl was found late this morning inside her mother's car, that car had been stolen. ktvu's ktvu janine de la vega with more on the person that stole the white jeep. >> reporter: yes, very happy conclusion to this story since that little girl is safe. we're told she's now at a local hospital being checked out but she was found here behind me, this is on amorosa court, near capital expressway and center road. we understand, police tell us it was a tip that was called in, somebody spotted a stolen jeep in this neighborhood and then called police. to get more information about how this al
. with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> low-cal it's kooubs? where was the hat, though? >> she stole my idea. she was watching "way too early," she saw the big gulp, she said that was really cool. >> do we have a picture of that? you were lucky. i saw that, you had the soda at the perfect levels not to spill -- >> could have ruin mid suit. bloomberg was actually here the following day. he was very nice to me. you know, he had a good sense of humor about it. >> you might have a future with bloomberg. >> maybe. >> do your thing. >>> still ahead on "way too early," why are you awake? your tweets, texts and e-mails are next. "morning joe" is moments away. i'm your hot water heater. you hardly know i exist. that's too bad. 'cuz if my pressure relief valve gets stuck... [ booooooom! ] ...we hot water heaters can transform into rocket propelled wrecking balls. and if you got the wrong home insurance coverage, it's your bank account that might explode. so get allstate. [ dennis ] good hands. good home. make sure you have the right home protection. talk to an allstate agent. [ bop ] [ b
to >>> family and friends of a high school student killed by a cal train are preparing for a vigil tonight. 916-year-old was hit and killed on tuesday afternoon near a pedestrian crossing south of the deradon station. he posted this video playing the guitar. the medical examiner ruled the death an accident. it's not clear what the teenager was doing on the tracks. he was near but not on a crossing at thyme of the mishap. >>> a san francisco bicyclist who ran over and killed a pedestrian pled not guilty today to federal vehicular manslaughter. police say he ran several lights before striking the pedestrian. this month, the defense attorney unsuccessfully tried to have the charge lowered to a misdemeanor. >> striking members of the san francisco symphony tried to hit the right notes with the public today.. >> 40 musicians took part of an informational picket the musicians make $165,000 a year and 10 week paid vacation autos there is a top of a centuries old profession this, is a skill cell veled. i've added up 30,000 hours practicing. i have bursitis. >> this for a symphony with the second highes
the moon. the skies are so clear out there. over the south bay, the santa clara valley, we have cal versus syracuse. tipoff at 6:40 tomorrow night. you will likely be down in the low 40s. talk about the towns closer to you. you'll wake at 42. concorde down to 40. it will be a chilly start to your weekend. let's talk about the weekend, maybe you are heading to the beach. santa cruz, what a beautiful town. mainly sunny skies for sunday. a couple ticks milder. sunshine and santa cruz coming up this weekend. let's check the radar. i want to show you activity. we'll take you to australia where it's an area that sees a decent amount of tornadoes and this is one cought an cam la. a tornado just about to pass over that highway. nobody is seriously injured, but excellent video coming. they better move quickly. that is a tornado. this is a huge ridge of pri pressure. the clock wise location moving around, way up in the pacific northwest. it is going to be very dry and very sunny for us, but not very warm because high pressure for tomorrow will be off to the west and we'll get that northwest flow. c
' surge came up just short and cal wins it 64-61 which takes on syracuse which won by 47 points last night. should we let you toot your horn here or i'll toot it for you. you with 13-3 in your bracket picks. >> oh, yes. >> i was 8-8, but we still have three of the same four teams for the fine, but you nailed it, man. >> thank you very much. i am patting my back right now because -- >> you should be. i'll pat it for you. nicely done. making me feel like i'm not a real man getting smoked by diana in my brackets. >> usually when you -- at the very beginning almost always, you know, there's something like in that happens then you'll, of course, be the one that takes it all. >> i don't believe it. you got me. >>> coming up next in "the pulse" extreme peeps. create uses for a favorite easter treat. >> webtastic, video clip of a little guy still trying to get the hang of a catch. check it out. [ female announcer ] are you sensitive to dairy? then you'll love lactose-free lactaid® it's 100% real milk that's easy to digest so you can fully enjoy the dairy you love. lactaid®. for 25 years, easy to
. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. what did you think was in it? yeah, you young college republicans, especially you, -- >> us as you heard, the young crowd loves sarah palin. does that present a dilemma for the new messaging that the republican party wants to getting across? because sarah palin seems to represent the old way. >> well, she does, but she is a crowd pleaser. and that was definitely her forum, the conservative political action conference which just wrapped about 48 hours ago. and as they said at the top, that's where he would see problems with conservatives, social conservatives, who are not very happy about the idea of being a broader tent party than what it is right now. but i have to tell you, sarah palin did sneak a line in there that said basically we don't have to on agree with everybody who wants to be in the party, as long as they're with us on most of the issues. the big question moving forward now is can the republican party rally behind these new changes. >> mark preston reporting live for us this morning. >>> i was waitin
of the week. >>> bloomberg's not around. shoot, it's just pop with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> there's a few things we learned at this year's cpac. first, conservative love for sarah palin is sodas is alive and well. on one side you have the gop establishment, the same old members of the republican party like senator john mccain and house speaker john boehner. your typical candidate would be someone like mitt romney. then you have ted cruz and rand paul. it became clear at cpac that grassroots republicans are furious with the establishment's choice in political candidates. 88-year-old activist phyllis schlafly even called for a fight. >> the fight i'm asking you to engage in is between the establishment and the grassroots. the establishment has given us a whole series of losers. bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney. >> boy, that's kind of heavy on jim cary loser. but sarah palin slammed karl rove for picking failed republican candidates. >> if these experts who keep losing elections, keep getting rehired and reeking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets
of steps are you talking about, specifically? >> well, we can provide some of the lodge gist cal and intelligence and military support, short of providing weapons that may end up in other hands or come back to haunt us there are a lot of weapons flowing n we have a responsibility to make sure those weapons go to the right people. we can supply them in unique ways others cannot. but i would resist strongly efforts some european nations are encouraging in terms of supporting the provision of surface-to-air missiles which may be used later to bring down civilian aircraft. i think we should be wary of providing any kind of new missions that can get into the wrong hands and later be used against us. >> given the fact that congressman schiff has pointed out that we would own this, congressman king, do you agree with that, that we would have to take a leadership role on this and go the distance? >> well, again, i was -- answer to your question, i was talking about if syria is using chemical weapons. i agree with adam. i'm reluctant for us to get involved, absent the use of chemical weap
cal. >> double jeopardy is our mainstay of our constitution and rights. so amanda knox acquitted on a denovo appeal. the case was tried once. with independent experts on appeal, and then for them to come back and say, we want her to be reversed and tried for a third time. >> shepard: how is she -- >> never happened here. , she is -- seattle is a funny place. the press here said from the get-go, when amanda said i just want to be mismy family economy, landed here with the crowds, the press signed a letter saying, we'll leave you alone. never take a picture, so we never hear about her in the press. living a quiet live here at the uw. the same boyfriend before the trial and her initial arrest. he lives in the international district. his family supports her. she has a great extend family in west seattle, and hopefully this will be the period at the end of a very long and unfortunate sentence. >> shepard: is that the thinking? >> i think it is. surprised to hear there was a mixed review in court. the thinking here is, like no way. just no way she's going to have to go back. and in rea
. ♪♪ ♪ thet jcpenney easter sale. >> tokamak, big problems with the cal trans commute this morning. their problems and the palo alto station, a tray number to a 11 struck a pedestrian. all services disrupted and major delays. caltrans suggesting that there passengers look for alternate means of transportation. they are trying to establish a bus bridge between menlo park in mountain view. this includes a stop at palo alto. delays could reach two hours or more. and no indication of when they will be back to service. there have been problems earlier this morning in san francisco within eastbound accident leading to the lower deck of the bay bridge. it has backed up traffic all the way to the candlestick causeway. >> happy monday to you. we are down to the sweet 16, moving, without cal. unfortunately they beat syracuse. >> they won a game on thursday. this is not one of those things rego zero couple of bad breaks here and there. syracuse was just a heckuva lot better. >> there is that during that emerged florida's gulf coast university. the team with the hot wife. >> if you broke this
're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> all right. welcome back to "morning joe." let's talk about what we learned today. what did we learn? >> sarah palin combines the comic timing with the sophistication of p.j. o rourke. >> what did you learn? >> it's the 50th anniversary of g gideon versus wanewright. if you don't have the money for an attorney they have to provide one. very important day in history. >> that's coming for you. >> what do you learn? >> something about doughnuts. something about doughnuts. >> i'm going to withhold. i was going to say something that was going to be as funny as what we just saw. >> you're mad at sarah palin. >> todd's got the gun. she's got the rack. >> that's what she said. i got this e-mail from steve rattner from a very senior democratic hill staffer after our budget discussions this morning. quote, what cracks me up is all this talk that we are somehow closer to a deal. that's a joke. i find people on the periphery very skeptical and cynical. let them be. seems like the players might actually thing somethi
's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when she made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. that didn't stop her from delving into the lowest of the low. birther talk. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base but doesn't appeal to mainstream america. ron reagan is radio talk show host and msnbc political analyst. and a reporter for "roll call." what is it about the birther thing that gets to the giggle with these people? why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were cheering it on. >> why? >> why? because why? because i think they still believe that the president has more to offer on the topic. obviously that's not
progressive. >>> oh, bloomberg's not around. our big gulp's safe. we're cool. shoot, it's just pop. with low-cal ice cubes in it. i hope that's okay. >>> we're back. sarah palin found her true fans this weekend when he made her way to an adoring crowd at cpac. >> more background checks. dandy idea, mr. president. should have started with yours. >> you get the drift. this kind of talk may rile up the base, but it doesn't appeal to mainstream america. sarah toplitz is a reporter for roll call. sarah, why do they love doing this, to talk about the president's roots as un-american? what's the giggle here? >> well, obviously she was speaking to a conservative convention. a lot of young activists are there. probably the most conservative, the conservative wing of the republican party. they liked it. they were clearing it on. >> why? >> why? because i think they still believe the president has more to offer on this. obviously he's released his birth certificate. they still like to cheer it on, even though it has been proven factually accurate that he was born in the united states of america. >> so i'm
talking about and asking me, is it true. it true that you guys are going to cuted mei-cal, the medicaid program in california. said no, not us guys, but yes there is a proposal in congress to seriously cut medicaid and therefore medi-cal. they said don't they understand that that's how my husband is supported in the nursing home? what are we to do if those cuts force him out of the nursing home? the reality is that that could happen. because we have a budget on the floor that 435 of us will be voting on in the next couple of days that actually will reduce e medicaid and therefore medi-cal in california by about a third. a third cut. and therefore that lady who was concerned about her husband's care in the nursing home will find a problem. she and perhaps many, many other, not perhaps, definitely, many other senior citizens are going to find their opportunity to have care in a nursing home removed. and it's a very serious issue. because who are those people hat are going to see their medi-cal or medicaid support significantly reduced by one third? here they are. 2/3 of them are seniors a
tiene mejor di jigs. >>> y ademÁs de quemar cal veas le puede dar una mejor salud incremento ar fuerza y tener mÁs energÍa y algo muy importante. reducir el estrÉs. >>> pienso siempre en esto, y sea creativo si quiere moverse muy bien cuando sea un poquito mÁs viejo debe mantenerse en movimiento desde yo como lo hacen mis amigos. >>> (risas). >>> pero e marca la diferencia. >>> voy a buscar un cafÉ. >>> hay que aprovechar cualquier momento, estÉ en movimiento, sigan seÑoritas. >>> gracias. >>> consejos Útiles que nos pueden cambiar y mejor lugar salud, muy importante, gracias ceci. >>> y bueno vamos a los Ángeles con otra amante de los deportes tambiÉn que estÁ pendiente siempre haciendo mucho ejerciÓ y pendiente de este invierno que no se quiere ir. >>> ya no tienes que ir al gimnasio hoy. >>> y bueno pasamos con jackie. >>> para nada. >>> con este frÍo. >>> (hablan al unÍsono). >>> tenemos problemas con eso. >>> muÉvete jackie muevete. >>> pero nosotras necesitamos mÚsica, pero siendo madre y nosotros trabajadoras como muchass en toda la casa, vamos a seguir consejos al
to the morning commute. >> that's right. the rail. mass transit update. cal tran between san antonio and california, north through palo alto basically, expect major delays system wide. i expect the train speeds through that area. earlier a crash sounds like it killed somebody on the track through the area. the investigation continues. slow drive through the peninsula, san mateo, slow 101 from san bruno to san francisco due to a series of crashes. back to you. >> thank you very much. once again an amber alert in the south bay. they are looking for a white jeep cherokee. another local news update in half an hour. ♪ i want to you rock me, rock me ♪ >>> 8:30 on this monday morning the 25th of march, 2013, start of easter week. passover begins today. looking at the weather you might think it was january, we have storms in a big part of the country this morning, cold temperature ss hanging on. i'm savannah guthrie alongside matt lauer, al roker and tamron hall in for natalie this morning. >>> this is a fun segment we always fling philip galanis in, talks about sticky social situations
want to give them every opportunity. one other thing cal with respect to refinances, we touch lightly. that is a daily underwater bar wars to be able to refinance the mortgage is one thing in my statement that has not,. we're very pleased with the success of the program. we're prepared to undertake a marketing campaign to further reach out and let our worst no this is a legitimate program that can help the. >> appreciate that. i would love to see more detailed statistics. when people come into my office and can't access or don't know about it. in fact help that, unlike the area. in the detailed information would be helpful. >> i make sure our office gets that to you. >> the chair now recognizes the gym and from what carolina for five minutes. >> thank you. thank you for your very capable service in the presentation. you recently noted that the ministrations failure to provide a detailed plan of how to know wind down has made it harder to support the housing market. given that the administration has not provided, what steps have you taken as director to prepare the gst will post conser
half. yesterday, wasn't enough. running red, surged. they came up short. cal wins it 64-61. they take on syracuse which destroyed montana last night by 47 points. it brings us to how we did our picks. we have our brackets. and -- i'm licking my chops here. >> i would like to report that i am 13-3 in yesterday's games. >> 13 and 3. that is pretty awesome. >> woo! just a reminder, quick reminder -- my final four, duke, gonzaga, michigan, butler. >> i went 8-8. you trounced me on points. as i understand these brackets to be. however, my final four alive, duke. gonzaga, kansas, butler. i could still get the winner. you are doing much better in the games than i am. who knew? >> duke/albany today. and kansas begins play today against western -- >> get a hoop. do a one-on-one. >> yes. >> get it going. >> in my heels. >> ceilings are high enough. she is tall. what are you 5'10"? >> 5'11." >> i am 6'1." i have this much on you. >> i was on my basketball team, sish sixth grade. and my nickname was "butter fingers." >> i'm definitely not scared. butter fingers? i had hey hard time keeping a hold
as we get more information. >>> it looks like mark san ford has revised his police cal career. the former south carolina governor finishing first last night, this is a special election, advancing to a runoff elections two weeks in his attempt to win a house seat. sanford had to step down as governor after lying about an extramarital affair in 2009. he registered 37% of the vote last night. well short of the 50% needed to avoid a runoff. still, sanford says it was a humbling win. >> what the voters ultimately care about is not my personal journey, what they care about is what am i going to do, if elected, to watch out for their pocketbook or their wallet. >> so if sanford wins a runoff elections in two weeks, he'll face democrat elizabeth colbert busch in may. she is the sister of tv comedian stephen colbert. >> a gas explosion in grand junction, colorado, has left at least three people injured and forced evacuations. the mesa county sheriff's office says a natural gas leak caused the house to explode on tuesday afternoon. the house next door then also caught fire and that expl
gulp is safe. it's just pop with low cal ice cubes in it. i hope that is okay. >> ron rattner is still bus and mark halpern. in washington pulleyser prize winning columnist and editor for "the washington post" eugene robinson. i have to ask you a question. mika is still simmering over that last -- >> no, i'm good. sometimes you just let a story breathe. >> i was entertained. i thought that was some fun stuff. >> me too. >> breaking out in washington, eugene, you have john boehner saying that he trusts the president, right? that's pretty good. he wouldn't have said that six months ago. you got dick durbin going on "meet the press" saying, hey -- or fox saying we got to get a deal done. >> porker. >> also on chris wallace's show saying, yeah, more taxes and big entitlement reform. it sounds like we may be marching towards a deal. >> well, thank heaven for small favors, right? because, you know, in the cosmic sense, it shouldn't be news that congress and the president think it might be a good idea to make a deal at some point. but that's a great thing these days. so far, i'm not sure i sh
student population that would benefit from this bill. such as cal-poly pomona, san bernardino valley community college, and u.c. riverside. education is a future investment. it is our obligation to assist veterans with job training and economic opportunity in return for their service to our country. the speaker pro tempore: the time of the gentlelady has expyred. for what purpose does the gentlelady from north carolina rise? ms. foxx: i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute, mr. speaker. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. ms. foxx: every american family and small business knows that budgets have to be balanced to be uh sustainable. for year, washington hasn't been balancing its budget. the senate hasn't even been passing them. house republicans have had enough of this washington exceptionalism. we've introduced a budget for the federal government that will balance in just 10 years. budgets reveal priorities and house republicans have revealed ours. we want to build a stronger, more prosperous future for this yen ration and the next. we want to
jose got a chance to test out the court yesterday. among them, cal, which starts their quest for the final four at 4:37 this afternoon against unlv. the golden bears are the number 12 seed in the eastern region. saint mary's will be playing today but all the way in auburn hills, michigan. they play memphis at 11:45 this morning. fans will gather at dryden hall to cheer on their team. there will also be a watch party at pete's tavern in san francisco. got to love the enthusiasm. te >>> the time is 10:29. beautiful sunshiny day over sunol. you can see the hills get to stay green a little bit longer because of the rain that came through. we have good air quality. feel free to open up the windows in your home. highs right about average for this time of year. 67 in livermore. 68 in concord. 63 right here in san jose. it's been a rough commute in oakland this morning, mike. >> yeah, just as oakland was getting better, fremont kicked in. now fremont is getting better here. but look at the map, the farther back we go, more problems coming off the dumbarton bridge. another crash just
'm laura garcia-cannon. cal moving on in the ncaa tournament. they beat unlv. stanford plays tulsa sunday at home at maples pavilion. today turning out to be glorious. >> it really is nice. good morning to you. inland, 70, warmer days ahead, 71, 65 at the coast. rain returns next week tuesday through friday. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. ♪ >>> welcome to "today" on this friday morning, march 22nd, 2013. we have got a lot of folks outside celebrating the kickoff for the first spring weekend here in rockefeller plaza. wee waiting for spring to actually show up. >> yeah, dylan what's up with that? >> stop apologizing, not your fault as al would be quick to point out. >> lighright. >> we're here with dylan dreyer and jason kennedy pinching for willie and al as well. take three tod
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